Watch the video. Visit our Black History Month section. Right in front of our very eyes, two attractive and feminine women metamorphose into two professional wrestlers, one heavyweight and one lightweight competitor, who begin a no-holds-barred wrestling match. With a little bit of help from fine dummies, a sprinkle of cinematic magic and some trick photography, the formidable opponents will go to great lengths to win this contest. Written by Nick Riganas.
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Skip to main content. The bigger they are, the harder they hit. At least that's true of the 30 men on this list. From towering giants to earthshaking behemoths, these Superstars possessed the type of uncommon size and superhuman strength only seen in comic books. Watch Andre the Giant vs. What makes a giant? For the purpose of this list, we looked at Superstars who broke either of these two thresholds — they had to stand 6-foot-8 and above or bust scales at more than pounds.
While Japan fights centuries of traditional gender norms to raise the status of women in the workplace , a small group of women are challenging convention in the ring. Kairi Hojo jumps on her opponent Mieko Satomura as they fight in the stands during a Stardom female professional wrestling show in Tokyo, Japan. Japan's all-female pro wrestlers are called "joshi puroresu," and their style, like their male counterparts', is less gimmicky than American pro-wrestling.
From time to time, a straight guy will admit that he' s not comfortable showering with gay men. He's afraid we'll be looking at him, sizing him up, and will possibly approach him for sexual contact. New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma was recently quoted as saying that he'd be uncomfortable showering with a gay man in the locker room: "Imagine if he's the guy next to me